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Inquiry concluded, Report and Government Response published
The Defence Committee’s published its Tenth Report of Session 2010-12, Developing Threats: Electro-Magnetic Pulses (EMP), (HC 1552) on Wednesday 22 February 2012.
The Government Response was published on 30 April 2012 as the Twelfth Special Report of Session 2010-12, HC 1925.
The Government must improve on its current reactive posture to the threat of a major electro-magnetic pulse event , says the Defence Committee in its report, published today, entitled, "Developing Threats: Electro-Magnetic Pulses (EMP)"
The Defence Committee will be publishing a report on Developing Threats: Electro-Magnetic Pulses (EMP) at 00.01 am (BST) on Wednesday 22 February 2012. This will be the Committee’s Tenth Report of Session 2010–12 (HC 1552)
MPs to question professionals, academics and HM Government Ministers on the extent of the threat from electromagnetic activity
The Defence Committee today announces the first of a new series of inquiries looking at developing threats facing UK defence
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